We are living in a digital age in which the internet has become a necessary part of our lives. Everybody, no matter what age or profession, needs high-speed internet for quick and easy access to information and resources. Different initiatives have been taken up by governments and private organisations around the world to ensure that their population has access to high-speed internet. Pakistan, though lagging a bit behind developed countries, is standing up to this challenge. There is, however, a need for discussion on what challenges are there and what actions can be undertaken to deal with these challenges. We have invited the following panelist to take part in the discussion on how the government can expand access to the Internet and technology.
Internet for All Part-II
Aamir Hafeez Ibrahim, CEO, Jazz
Irfan Wahab Khan, CEO, Telenor
Wahaj Siraj, CEO, Nayatel
Dr. S. Ismail Shah, ITU Area Representative for Southeast Asia and other Member States in Asia and the Pacific, Head ITU Area Office for Southeast Asia & Timor-Leste